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Old 06 Apr 2015, 06:20 pm
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Default SRT4 WGA on an S1 HO PT...

Ok, so through the magic of CL I am apparently going to get my hands on an S2 wastegate off an SRT4. Well, the guy says it's never been installed but that's what it was bought for.

So, any ideas if it's even worth it or should I go ahead and replace? More headache than its worth? I have no problems at 12-13lbs boost now but always looking for that next small leap in power!
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Old 07 Apr 2015, 08:19 am
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Default Re: SRT4 WGA on an S1 HO PT...

Your limitation with stock parts is 18psi and then you must change other parts and calibrate the PCM. For the most part 12-13psi is not bad 15psi would be the goal without having to worry. 15-18 the PCM will fight you if you stay in the throttle without calibration adjustments. If you plane on running more than what you already are you should invest in a wide band to watch your AFRs. (air fuel ratio). Just my opinion for safe reliable power increase and what I would tell my customers.
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Old 07 Apr 2015, 11:07 am
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Default Re: SRT4 WGA on an S1 HO PT...

Can I dial back the arm on an S2 wastegate to keep me around 15-18lbs? Like maybe with a manual boost controller?

Still looking for a wideband... that and a 3" downpipe too.
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Default Re: SRT4 WGA on an S1 HO PT...

Sell it, use the money for a nice dinner instead of wasting your time...
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